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Kay Carmichael

Glasgow
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Scotland

Kay Carmichael was born in 1925 and died in 2009. After an impoverished upbringing in Glasgow’s East End, she became a social worker, university teacher, wife of an MP, a member of the Scottish Office Advisory Committee for setting up Children’s Panels, a peace activist (for which she was imprisoned), and an advisor for Harold Wilson’s policy Unit at No. 10 Downing Street. It takes a Lifetime to Become Yourself is published by Scotland Street Press.

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